Aspects of a Digital Capability Framework
Digital Capability Maturity Models
Digital Use Cases
Digital Transformation Roadmap
We will assess your current capabilities to deliver on the vision and build a framework to enable you to develop the capabilities to:
- Build digital expertise in-house.
- Engage specialist niche external partners (when needed)
Digital teams are responsible for developing, testing, and implementing a strategy to reach and engage target audiences through digital channels like the web, mobile, and social media. A digital team works hand-in-hand with operations, marketing and product leaders to create a content strategy. Digital teams may also be responsible for implementing cross-channel analytics, surfacing relevant emerging trends, and providing comprehensive guidelines.
Your digital team might consist of A:
User Experience Designers
User Interface Designers
Core differences in these teams are that they recognise that design is a differentiator. A unique idea for a digital product or service is surprisingly rare, and design excellence is often the differentiator.
Understanding of design is not only a belief in the value of an initial concept but also adherence to the belief that multiple small design decisions add up to a significant user experience impact.
This requires a level of attention to detail and a belief in the value of micro interactions.
We help you to find staff who bring varied perspectives, earned from experience.
Experience can provide an awareness of a myriad of cultural sensitivities, making team members able to view problems from others’ perspectives and find creative solutions.
We will review and help to develop your Capability Framework to deliver in light of each individual’s understanding and capacity to:
Demonstrate leadership skills
Execute on each aspect of the strategy
Deliver the strategy via programmes and services